Lease Revenue Bonds

Lease Revenue Bonds are similar to a bond lease transaction, but with some significant differences: (1) no requirement that the non-leasable costs be paid out of the first series of bonds; (2) generally used for larger projects; and (3) when future G. O. bonds are used to pay the acquisition payment on the lease revenue bonds, the beneficiary pays less from its operating funds than with a bond lease transaction.

Lease Revenue Bond issues are complicated and time consuming but the professionals at McDonald & Associates will guide you through the process with honesty and openness. You may rest assured that every aspect of the process will meet all aspects of Oklahoma law.